Como vota la gente? (How Do People Vote?)
Como vota la gente? (How Do People Vote?)
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Annotation: Provides young readers with historical background and current information on one of the most important civic duties of their adult lives--voting.
Genre: Government
Catalog Number: #162178
Format: Library Binding
All Formats: Search
Copyright Date: 2019
Edition Date: 2019
Pages: 24 pages
Availability: Available
ISBN: 1-538-33327-9
ISBN 13: 978-1-538-33327-3
Dewey: 324
Dimensions: 23 cm.
Language: Spanish
Reviews:
School Library Journal
Rajczak Nelson, Kristen . ¿Por qué se debe votar? ISBN 9781538333433 . Rajczak Nelson, Kristen . ¿Por quién vota la gente? ISBN 9781538333396 . Rajczak Nelson, Kristen . ¿Qué es votar? ISBN 9781538333310 . Rajczak Nelson, Kristen . ¿Quién puede votar? ISBN 9781538333358 .ea vol: tr. by Ana María García. 24p. (Votar es importante). further reading. glossary. index. photos. websites. PowerKids . Aug. 2018. lib. ed. $23.60. Gr 35 The U.S. voting and electoral system is covered here in accessible terms. Topics covered include who can vote, why we should vote, what is the electoral college, how a person becomes a candidate, and requirements to be either a candidate or a voter. By necessity there is plenty of overlap among the titles in the information provided. The text is displayed on pages with a blue, white, and red background with a scattering of stars. The photographs include candidates of different parties, genders, and ethnicities. The translation is generally readable; however, at times, the sentences are so awkwardly worded they are difficult to understand. VERDICT A suitable, though not perfect, addition for school or public libraries.
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School Library Journal (11/1/18)
Word Count: 553
Reading Level: 4.7
Interest Level: 2-5
Accelerated Reader: reading level: 4.6 / points: 0.5 / quiz: 197696SP / grade: Lower Grades
Guided Reading Level: J

Did you know that we vote on the presidential election in November because it's right after harvest time, but before brutal winter weather? There's all kinds of interesting details behind when and how people vote. People vote in a few different ways. Most often, voters go to a polling place to cast their ballot. There, voters may cast their ballot on a piece of paper or electronically. Paper votes are counted by hand, whereas electronic votes are tallied in real time. In other cases, people register to receive an absentee ballot. This means they can send their vote in to be counted through the mail. The information in this book provides readers with an idea of what their adult lives will require in terms of civic duties. Colorful photographs provide readers with close textual correlations.


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